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Kim Sun-ah in "The Five"

2012/12/20 | 1919 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Seong-ah is starring in the movie "The Five".

According to several sources, Kim Sun-ah is currently the leading role in the movie "The Five". She will be taking on the role of Eun-ah.

"The Five" is based on a web-toon and is written and directed by Jeong Yeon-sik. A woman who loses her family to a serial killer puts her organs on the line to take revenge with defectors, former gangsters and delinquent borrowers. The constant thrill and tension of it is what makes it so exciting.

While it's been a trend for movies to be made based on web-toons, "The Five" is known for the fact that the web-toon was released based on the scenario before the movie.

Kim Sun-ah takes on the role of Eun-ah, the woman who loses everything and the rest of the cast are still in progress.

Meanwhile, Kim Sun-ah is expected to make another change in her character after her recent dramas, "Scent of a Woman" and "I Do, I Do".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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